News Bling Pops Political Bubbles for Millennials and Gen Z

Oct 23, 2018


No one wants to be told what to think. Especially Millennials and Gen Z who want exposure to non-partisan news from outside their echo chamber. This is why News Bling is tackling the murky waters of "media bias" and "fake news" with a free daily newsletter targeting this audience. In a world where the political extremes can't even agree on a shared set of facts, News Bling's mission is to help readers escape their political bubble. It exposes them to both liberal and conservative media coverage in politics, tech, business, entertainment, and any topic driven by multiple narratives.

 

News Bling claims to give concise summaries of the top stories of the day from all sides of the conversation. Headlines from CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Breitbart, and other influential outlets are aggregated allowing the reader to understand what various media outlets are saying about each topic. The newsletter's format features humorous memes and emojis, making serious news topics more relatable for younger audiences.


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